Tagged: Blogging

Placeblogger – a new hub for hyperlocal blogging in the States 2

Placeblogger – a new hub for hyperlocal blogging in the States

A new site covering local and hyperlocal blogs has launched. Placeblogger.com is presented by Dan Gillmor’s Center for Citizens Media, Jay Rosen‘s PressThink and Lisa Williams’ H20Town. The site defines a placeblog as “an...

Statistics: Most linked-to in Swedish blogs 0

Statistics: Most linked-to in Swedish blogs

Johan Larsson at Knuff has a list of the most linked-to blog posts, news articles, books, IMDB pages, embedded videos and Wikipedia articles for 2006. The most linked to blog post was made by...

More on comments – Kevin Anderson's take 0

More on comments – Kevin Anderson's take

A couple of days ago I wrote about moderation and comments functions on news sites. In a related post, Kevin Anderson at Strange Attractor also writes about AZ starnet and about moderation, calling it...

Raymond Kristiansen looks back on two years of videoblogging 0

Raymond Kristiansen looks back on two years of videoblogging

Norway’s most famous vlogger Raymond Kristiansen has been vlogging for two years and looks back at his experiences. His first post covers about a month, his first month of vlogging and all the discoveries...

Blogging in the long tail 0

Blogging in the long tail

Johan Larsson writes about niche blogs, after finding a blog on Swedish blackberries (my translation): You can be more proud of having five visitors who are really interested than having 4000 who are just...

2006 named the year of the social network 0

2006 named the year of the social network

It’s getting near the end of the year, and December is always a good time to look back and reflect on the goings on of the past 12 months. Richard MacManus at the Read/WriteWeb...

20 million bloggers in China 0

20 million bloggers in China

The Chinese blogosphere is growing. A recent report states that there were 19.87 bloggers in China on Nov. 6, an increase by 24 percent in a year. Every blogger has 2,6 blogs on average,...

BBC hosting blogging workshops in Manchester 0

BBC hosting blogging workshops in Manchester

The BBC will arrange a blogging workshop in Manchester, as a part of the Manchester Blogging project, an interesting approach in which the BBC simply wants people to blog more, and to submit their...

MSN survery: Male autority blogs most popular in India 0

MSN survery: Male autority blogs most popular in India

A recent survey posed to 1000 Indian visitors to MSN’s portal has mapped Indian blog behaviours. Blogs founded by business leaders make for the most enjoyable read, writes The Hindu. Second in line are...

Information overload? Not when RSS readers get smarter 0

Information overload? Not when RSS readers get smarter

A new service aims to take the stress out of RSS reading. It’s easy to sign up for more feeds than you have time to read. In comes Blastfeed, a keyword based filter that...

Reporters without borders issues handbook for bloggers 0

Reporters without borders issues handbook for bloggers

The organisation Reporters without borders released a pdf document in 2005 titled “Handbook for bloggers and cyber-dissidents”, offering hands-on tips for bloggers in countries where freedom of speech is restricted. Reporters without borders write:...